Welcome ! The website is currently being updated for the 2019 season. It is a bit rough right now, but the basic info and last year’s prices are here. More updates soon.
Lynden Public School’s Winter Ride program is open to all student’s in the Lynden area (Lynden Public, Lynden Christian, Ebenezer, homeschool, etc.) in grades 5 through 12. The program offers a multi-week chaperoned bus ride up to the Mt. Baker Ski area and discounted lessons. Rental equipment is also available.
The planned start date for the 2019 program is:
Jan. 5, (More dates to come)
The prices for the bus ride are:
8 ride package: $120 (Same prices as last year!)
single ride: $20
(Make checks out to Lynden School District)
Other prices: (last year’s prices – prices will probably change)
Season pass ages 7-12 – $200 (Full) $185 (Onward)
Season pass ages 13-15 – $270 (Full) $235 (Onward)
Season pass ages 16-17 – $450 (Full) $355 (Onward)
The Onward pass starts on Jan. 7 and lasts the rest of the season.
Single lift ticket age 11-15 – $40 (last year’s prices – prices will probably change)
Single lift ticket age 16+ – $61
Lessons: (Lessons are only for 6 weeks) (last year’s prices – prices will probably change)
Ski – 6 weeks – $75
Snowboard – 6 weeks – $75
Rentals for all of our trips: (last year’s prices – prices will probably change)
Ski – $174
Snowboard – $174
Helmet – $72 (You can buy your own for less)
Checks for passes, lessons, and rentals made out to Mt Baker Ski Area
Forms & checks can be turned in at LCHS, LHS, or LMS offices. Please put them in a sealed envelope and address it to “Lynden Winter Ride – Mitch Kornelis – Isom Elementary”
The bus leaves Lynden High School at 7:00 a.m. sharp. Don’t be late.
Try to be there by 6:45. The bus arrives at Mt. Baker usually about 8:30ish weather depending.
Students are to get back on the bus by 3:00 p.m.
The bus usually arrives back at LHS by about 4:30 p.m.
Many students have cell phones or can borrow a chaperone’s so that they can call a parent as we get close to Lynden. That way they do not have to wait at the high school very long.
Lessons (which are a bargain by the way!) start at 9:00 am and usually end around 11:00 am. I highly recommend lessons, even for those who know how to ski or snowboard. There is always room for improvement!
Students in 5th grade ski or board for free at Mt. Baker! They will receive a free lift ticket by showing a valid student ID or other ID that shows their age. This year we are opening up the program to 5th graders but they must be accompanied by an adult. The bus ride price is the same as a single person though! So an eight week ride package for $120 is good for the 5th grader and adult together!
Mt Baker’s info page about 5th graders.
Contact Mitch at firstname.lastname@example.org